Everywhere You Filter for Dates in Apollo, You Can Now Filter Based on A Dynamic Timeframe
Often, instead of a static date range, you want to view contacts, emails, etc. based on a dynamic timeframe that will always reflect the same amount of time, relative to your current date. So whether you want to view Companies whose latest funding round was announced in the last month, Accounts who have posted jobs in the last week, or even contacts who have opened your emails in the last day, you can now filter and save views with relative timeframes that will always automatically reflect your most up-to-date data.
How to Find and Use Timeframe Filters
Any/all filters in your Apollo App that include date ranges now also include a tab to select a timeframe rather than a date. Simply click the date filter box as always, then the "timeframe" tab, to expose the new options:
You then can configure:
- Ago vs. From Now: Make your timeframe a set number of days, weeks, or months up to "today" (ago) or starting "today" and capturing data a set number of days, weeks, or months "from now"
- Days, Weeks, or Months: Choose the unit of time to apply to the number you set
- Number: Choose how many days, weeks, or months you want to define your timeframe
Important: For our many date filters that have both a "from" and "to" date/timeframe you can set, you CAN set a timeframe just using the "from" field and/or you CAN set a timeframe under both the "From" and "To" filters. You will or won't get results, based on if you've created a viable timeframe. I.E. make sure the number is lower in the "From" field than it is the "To" for "From Now" style filters and higher in the "From" field than it is the "To" for "Ago" style filters:
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